U.S. commercial officers will convene in Miami, and advise business on opportunities in Latin

September 1993
Business America;9/6/93, Vol. 114 Issue 18, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the convention `The Americas Business Outlook for 1994' in Miami on November 18-19, 1993. Updating on the market in Latin America and the Caribbean; Target for trade; Workshops; Topics. INSET: New look at the Port of Miami..


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